Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

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Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Jifhduke » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:22 pm

  • Chubb Michel
I was wondering what the Consonus choice is of who will be a better fantasy pro: Nick Chubb or Sony Michel.
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Titans95 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:28 pm

I think the gap is closing on the consensus between the two but I personally prefer Michel. I thought Michel looked like the better back all year last year and I think he can catch the ball better than Chubb. Also I gotta mention the knee...It could end up not effecting his career but something that big makes me think it could cause a lot of problems down the road at a much earlier age like 26-27

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby lukkynumber13 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 3:01 am

Chubb for me. I think he could be as good as Zeke. He truly looks like he's BACK.

Michel looks electric for sure, but I don't know if he'll ever be more than a 15-touch back? He reminds me a bit of Miami Dolphins Lamar Miller (which is not an insult at all)
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby hockeyBjj » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:43 am

This is the 3/4 debate for sure. And if I owned the 3 pick, I'd strongly consider moving back to 4 if I could

People liked Michel better, and then the combine happened and Chubb looked really good and explosiveness back- in a non game situation and without pads

People moving Chubb ahead of Michel because of the combine are doing it wrong in my opinion. If Chubb was already ahead of Michel based on 2017 game tape then fine, but combine shouldn't hop someone that far. Chubb didn't look back to 100% last season in college. He looked better than 2016 but still not his 2014 self we were all excited for. Putting Chubb ahead of Jones and Penny is fine as they were in a tier according to most I saw, but not jumping him from a question mark to 1.3 because of a good track and field day
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Goddard » Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:19 pm

I prefer Michel. I didn't watch many Georgia games last year, but when I did, Michel stood out more to me than Chubb did.

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Tue99 » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:12 am

I have 1.03 in a couple leagues and I have Chubb ranked as my nr 3 player

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby honcho55 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 11:17 am

landing spot decides it for me. They have different skillsets, and where they go and who coaches em up is gonna be huge. As an example, I didn't put Kamara in the same tier as Cook or Mixon last year in terms of pure talent, but he went to a team that targeted RBs about 200 times (that's a small exaggeration if it even is one, 100 to kamara, 70some to Ingram). Now, that's still objective but, whatever. Also leaves you with the issue of misreading what is and isn't a good landing spot (lot of people hated NO for Kamara, to use the same example)
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Mon Apr 16, 2018 4:19 pm
I prefer Michel. I didn't watch many Georgia games last year, but when I did, Michel stood out more to me than Chubb did.
I agree with this, but I saw somewhere something about defenses keying a Chubb handoff more when he was on the field. If I had a pick in the 2-5 range I'd spend time verifying if theres any merit here, but I traded out.
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby bigcsr67 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:12 pm

I feel as if Chubb can and will be a workhouse at the next level. Sony is electric in the open field, and may be the sexy pick out of the two, but his ball security issues has me placing Chubb ahead of Micheal in my rankings. It will all boil down to landing spots for the non Barkley RBs come next Thursday.

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Heartwork » Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:59 pm

Titans95 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:28 pm
I think the gap is closing on the consensus between the two but I personally prefer Michel. I thought Michel looked like the better back all year last year and I think he can catch the ball better than Chubb. Also I gotta mention the knee...It could end up not effecting his career but something that big makes me think it could cause a lot of problems down the road at a much earlier age like 26-27
I understand concerns about previous injuries but I think he has shown he is healthy. Plus knee injures have not been a huge deal for most athletes. I think those who were scared of knee injuries also took Gordon over Gurley... :think:

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby bigcsr67 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:30 am

Heartwork wrote:
Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:59 pm
Titans95 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:28 pm
I think the gap is closing on the consensus between the two but I personally prefer Michel. I thought Michel looked like the better back all year last year and I think he can catch the ball better than Chubb. Also I gotta mention the knee...It could end up not effecting his career but something that big makes me think it could cause a lot of problems down the road at a much earlier age like 26-27
I understand concerns about previous injuries but I think he has shown he is healthy. Plus knee injures have not been a huge deal for most athletes. I think those who were scared of knee injuries also took Gordon over Gurley... :think:
Let's not forget that Sony has had an ACL surgery back when he was in high school. So they are both "damaged goods". Lol.

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby TheEastWest » Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:31 pm

Chubb looks like the better Pro to me by a fair margin .. Not a fan of Sony as I just don’t see him being a workhorse RB ..
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby Titans95 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 5:04 pm

Heartwork wrote:
Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:59 pm
Titans95 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:28 pm
I think the gap is closing on the consensus between the two but I personally prefer Michel. I thought Michel looked like the better back all year last year and I think he can catch the ball better than Chubb. Also I gotta mention the knee...It could end up not effecting his career but something that big makes me think it could cause a lot of problems down the road at a much earlier age like 26-27
I understand concerns about previous injuries but I think he has shown he is healthy. Plus knee injures have not been a huge deal for most athletes. I think those who were scared of knee injuries also took Gordon over Gurley... :think:
True, its not the deciding factor for me. I still think Michel is the better prospect. He looked better in games last year, I watched most of Georgia's games and while it happened rarely it did seem that teams were able to slow down Chubb throughout games more often than Michel.

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby senska11 » Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:37 pm

Landing spot will have a ton of impact. Need to know what kind of offense and role these guys are going into.

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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby VinniVidiVici » Mon Apr 30, 2018 8:49 am

now that we have landing spots how does everyone see the two?
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Re: Nick Chubb vs Sony Michel

Postby GOTGDynasty » Mon Apr 30, 2018 9:10 am

My view is that Michel may have more rookie season value without much competition in New England (or at least in the first part of the season until he fumbles and learns the wonders of Bellichick's doghouse), Chubb is likely to have more long term value for the patient dynasty owner. Cleveland has invested in Carlos Hyde (three years, $15 million) and there's going to be a real backfield competition likely ending up in a committee with Duke Johnson taking third down work, so fantasy value for either Hyde or Chubb early on will be limited unless one gets injured. But on pure talent I have to believe that in a year or two it becomes Chubb's backfield.

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